Police Swarm House Of Marilyn Manson Over Reports Of A Screaming Woman – Turns Out Manson Just Didn’t Want To Leave The Home Due to Surrounding Paparazzi

A new report from TMZ says the police went to the shock rocker’s house this week after they were called on account of a screaming woman who was trying to get out of Manson’s home. Witnesses said they heard a woman screaming about how she wanted to leave so the authorities were called to his home.
TMZ says four officers in police cars and one police helicopter rolled up to the 52-year-old’s home. The helicopter flew above the house while shining a light down on it. This all comes after around a half-dozen women came forward to accuse Marilyn Manson of abuse.
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Apparently, the police actually went to the rocker’s house for another reason. The welfare check was supposedly requested by a friend who says he had been trying to get in touch with Manson for a few days but he wasn’t responding.
However, initial reports stated that officers came to the house after hearing from witnesses that someone inside wanted to leave, and they arrived there at 6:00 pm but weren’t able to contact anyone inside.
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Approximately two hours later, the police came back to the house and waited until they were able to get into touch with a rep for him who said the rocker just didn’t want to leave the house because he didn’t want to be seen by the media who were waiting around his property.
Additionally, a report from The Sun says there was a group of people outside of his home. The witness who spoke with the outlet says there were a lot of “raised voices” but no music around Manson’s home, just a few meters away from the police who were in the area at the time.
As it was previously reported, Evan Rachel Wood came forward with claims that Manson was the one who “horrifically abused” her over the course of their years-long relationship that finally ended in 2010.
Manson responded by saying her stories were “horrible distortions of reality.” Marilyn Manson’s ex-wife, Dita Von Teese, said she left Manson 12 months after their marriage due to “drug abuse” and “infidelity,” but not abuse.